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Ford Tourneo Connect

Ford Tourneo Connect (United Kingdom, 2002-present)

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Ford Tourneo Connect is a leisure activity vehicle produced since 2002. It is described as a dual use vehicle as it can be appropriate for commercial and leisure needs. In 2009 the model was slightly revised to incorporate Ford's trademark Kinetic Design with trapezoidal grille, new headlamps and new tail-lamps.



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Engine and Efficiency

The 1.8-litre Duratorq TDCi engine is available in three different power levels: the entry-level engine for the entry-level and Trend model series delivers 75hp at 4,000 rpm and 175 Nm at 1,800 rpm. For the Tourneo Connect with this engine, the combined fuel economy is 6.3 l/100 km, and the average CO2 emission is 168 g/km.

An optional power upgrade for entry-level and Trend model series and the entry-level engine for Limited is the 90 PS version that produces 220 Nm of torque at 1,750 rpm. It delivers a combined fuel economy of 6.4 l/100 km, and an average CO2 emission of 167 g/km.

The top-of-the-range engine with a peak power of 110 PS at 3,500 rpm (max. torque 250 Nm at 1,500-3,200 rpm) is available for the Limited series. This engine is the most frugal in the range: the combined fuel economy is 6.0 l/100 km, which applies to an average CO2 emission of 159 g/km.



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